Heart In Diamond Pets: Turn Your Pet’s Hair or Ashes into a Diamond

| September 24, 2015 | 8 Comments

Heart In Diamond Pets: Turn Your Pet’s Hair or Ashes into a Diamond

This post is sponsored by Heart In Diamond Pets

Heart In Diamond Pets Turn Your Pet's Hair or Ashes into a Diamond 3When I was first approached by Heart In Diamond Pets to feature their product, I was a little skeptical about the process and how it all really worked. After all, a diamond is a natural process that happens within the Earth. However, as we all know, there are many Mother Nature processes that have been duplicated by man. And I also know that many readers are looking for ways to memorialize their pets.

For over 8 years, the UK based company, Heart In Diamond Pets, has been turning pets (dogs, cats, horses, etc.) ashes and fur into memorial diamonds. Although Heart In Diamond Pets diamonds are certified lab grown diamonds, they are 100% identical to naturally mined diamonds.

Pet Ashes to Diamond Process

This video by Heart In Diamond Pets really helped me understand how the entire process worked.

Pet Ashes to Diamond Options

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Options? Yes, you have options – you can choose the color you want – blue, white, orange/yellow, yellow/green or deep red. You can also choose the cut of your diamond – brilliant, princess or radiant. You also choose the carat weight. The price does vary considerably depending on the color, cut and weight you choose.

Pet Ashes to Diamond Prices

Heart In Diamond Pets Turn Your Pet's Hair or Ashes into a Diamond Prices

Pet Ashes to Diamond Ordering Process

  1. Select diamond’s color, cut and weight
  2. Select Setting – ring, earrings or pendant
  3. Send in your carbon source – ashes or hair
  4. Track your order
  5. Get your diamond

If you are interested in turning your pet’s fur or ashes into a diamond with Heart In Diamond Pets, you can phone them at 1 (888) 471 4715 to learn more or contact them on their website.

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What do you think about the idea of turning your pet’s hair or ashes into a diamond? Would you be interested in having such a memento?
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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Very interesting, Jenny. I knew this type of service existed for cremated remains of humans (discovered that years ago when I was still working as was totally amazed by that info then)! I think it’s a lovely way to keep a loved one (be it human or animal) close to you if you can afford it.

    Thank you for sharing this info with us!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  2. Teresa Reid says:

    This is amazing and have known about this method of speeding up nature’s process of diamond formation for a few years now from a company that is US based. Always have told my daughter to make a diamond out of me when I die! Not kidding. It is expensive but definitely worth it. Would have loved to had my precious Angel’s ashes made but didn’t have the $$$ at the time and went with a less expensive route of having her ashes put in a glass blown pendant from Solstice Glass so I could keep her close to my heart literally.♥♥♥

  3. ABarletta says:

    Thanks Jenny. Just heard about this company from my nephew and had sent away for brochure. Brilliant concept. I would put ashes of all my critters together in one diamond. Expensive, but the price may come down in a few years to make it more accessible. Love the idea. Would do it in a heart beat if I could afford it.

  4. Christy says:

    I’ve wanted to do this for myself for years since I first heard about it (I think I heard about LifeGems.com first).

    When I told my friends that I wanted them to all have their very own Christy Diamond™ they replied, “here, have another slice of cheesecake, we all want bigger diamonds!”.

    When I told my sister, she laughed. Hard. With tears. When she caught her breath she said, “Who would want to wear you?”!!!

    Guess who won’t be getting a Christy Diamond™?!

    I can totally see wanting to do this with pets too. After reading this I thought about possibly having Yoda and Prossimo together. Then I realized that would probably be Yoda’s idea of torture being forever bound to the “Cat Who Humps/Bites/Slaps/Tortures On A Whim”!!

    • Jenny says:

      Ah ha ha ha – “Christy Diamond™”. Awesome.

    • Claire McHan says:

      I work with both pets and humans and it is very rewarding that I can share in such a poignant journey with my clients. We start at $750 and we do offer 0% financing on many options so we are trying very hard to make this affordable.
      It is amazing and having personally been on this journey I can empathize with my clients which is vital for me and them.
      That is so funny about the cheesecake. Actually we only need 4oz of cremains and you can add a lock of your own hair.
      I would really worry when they get you a membership for the local skydiving club!!

  5. Patricia McDermott says:

    omg this is just fantastic! i would so love to have something like this for 2 of my cats that i had cremated. a wonderful idea and so precious,

  6. Claire McHan says:

    When we have our pets cremated we cherish the connection of still having them close to us and the same is said when we keep our relatives ashes at home but after we have gone people are less inclined to want them whereas a diamond is more likely to be accepted an appreciated and provoke a different reaction with people. It stirs up a whole new conversation. A wooden urn or a ceramic vase when it is revealed what the contents are tends to end the conversation or change it immediately. My diamond contains my fathers remains, my dogs fur and a lock of my hair and I affectionately refer to it as my 3D ring Dad,Daughter,Dog.

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